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    Question Movie Maker temporary store

    Hi all,

    Apologies if this has been asked before or if this thread is in the wrong forum. I've also had a look at this movie maker thread but I don't think it's the same problem.

    I know that when using MMXP it saves to the temporary store which is on the local machine and not redirected - to my knowledge this is the case when even redirecting Application Data. Does anybody know a way of redirecting the MMXP temporary store through group policy?

    The attached image shows the setting I want to change, clearly pointing to the local profile.

    Thanks in advance, will provide more info as required

    Jonathan
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    You could modify the path using the registry, in theory?

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    You could modify the path using the registry, in theory?
    That's true and something I was looking at but doing that on multiple workstations could be a pig - plus it depends if it's a software registry key or a user one.

    That said, you can define registry keys by group policy so I might have a look when I get back and report my findings....

    Jonathan

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    I suggested a registry entry, as there aren't any policies in 2003 Server (not sure about 2008), to allow you to do this. Once you have located the entry in the registry, you could run the reg file silent at logon, which would be the easiest solution.

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